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ARPA-E releases $30 million for distributed generation - Electric Light & Power

ARPA-E releases $30 million for distributed generation - Electric Light & Power | Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
ARPA-E releases $30 million for distributed generation Electric Light & Power ARPA-E's Reliable Electricity Based on Electrochemical Systems (REBELS) program will develop fuel cell technology for distributed power generation to improve grid...
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Distributed generation and microgrids will redefine the distribution networkoer the next 20 years. Utilities need to be prepared to cope with these changes and use them for the advantage of their customers. Doing this in a way that balances cost (rates) and benefits (reliability, flexibility) is the age old puzzle in infrastructure. Innovative utilities will show how that can be done.

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The mindful CIO

The mindful CIO | Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
Extend your core applications, data, and infrastructure to better serve the cognitive processes of knowledge workers.
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Tame the Flow - Knowledge Jolt with Jack

Tame the Flow - Knowledge Jolt with Jack | Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
I picked up Steve Tendon and Wolfram Muller's Tame the Flow: Hyper-Productive Knowledge-Work Management shortly after the TOCICO conference in June, and every time I pick it up I glean a different take on the embedded ideas.
Dirk E. Mahling's insight:

A lot of employees will retire from the utilty over the next few years. Managing knowledge and expertise, in particular "tacit knowledge" - things experts assume everyone knows - becomes a critical success factor.

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